SDAY, AUGUST 23, 1945
THE WAYNESYTL1E MOUNTAINEER
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backers Of Schools Named For Session
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Mrs fctnei crais
Chloe Kogers. ivn.
m;-s Grace Albright
U Harvell, wary
sarali Welch, Miss
.i Ami Turner.
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Vyr l.c.'(lifrwood. Mrs.
Mrs- rrana d. rnju
1 IVrrv. Alma Mae
L )i;s Inez Brooks. Nancy
Milan. Ova l'. rerKusuu
.. ,i. ., npti Smith.
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rood Siliool: Lawrence
jtf To Begin
j On Monday
. .,i. Havwooti county
f;v!; .ne year 1945-46
Take only at directed
Leatherwood, principal, Eula Pat
terson, Mrs. Irene Giant. Mrs
Cumi Stamey, Edna Perry Bright.
Belle Franklin RatclifT, Annie Plot!
Ledbetter, Lois Harold. Mary F.
Davis, Laura Eleanor Parker. Lou
Belle Boyd, Daisy Boyd. Mrs Ruth
Creasenian RatclilT. Mrs Gussie
Martin Palmer. Mr Samuel
Knight. Mrs. Estelle ter Alli
son and Alice Iiarkerville Smith
Central Elementary: Claude W
Rogers, principal, Martha Sloan
Way, Erma Patterson. Sara Marga
ret Burgin, Elizabeth S. Henry.
Edna Boyd, Mrs. Margaret Kirk
patrick Long and Mrs Bonnie T
East Waynesville Frank L lios
ers, principal, Frances Robeson.
Mrs. Frances L. RatclifT. Mrs Liu.i
Mae Noland Connatser, Mrs. Mary
Rathbone Williams, Mrs. Earl
Messer, and Stephanie Moore.
Rock Hill School N. W. Rog
ers, principal, Mrs. Claudia B
Leatherwood. Mrs Fannie B Haul
er, Lois White Ferguson. Iowa I,(m
Ferguson Boyd, Nell Campbell and
R. E. Owen
Lake Junalu.ska: Grover C Coop
er, principal. Mrs. Edna Noland
Terrell. Flora Hathbone Ballinger.
Mrs. Ilulh S Noland and Kn-la
Fincher Jay nes
Dellwood: Mrs Bessie MiClure
Maggie: Roger Ferguson, princi-
Ruth M Henry, Mrs.
Hall and Mrs. Jessie P.
Sfi.ClAL IIAVILAND'S ROSALINDA
(Jewelers Since 1865)
Opposite .Masonic Building;
Miens Cn-ok School: Mrs. Edna
F hewers. mis Avis Medford Cur
icy and .Mrs Maye Davis Boyd.
Saiiiiihik School: Miss Maggie E
Chambers. Mrs. Jack Allison.
Bethel School District
Bet hi-! High School: W. P. White
dcs. prineippl of district, Paul
Franklin Sheperd. Berniee McEl
hannon. Mrs. Ruth A. Tucker. Mar
garet E Boyd. Alva Jo Moody,
lio.-tih- Shu.-nolis. 1. A. McLain.
Dorothy Mae Janes, Blanche Jcr
vis Mildred McCrackcn Medford.
Essie Sellers Ina Henry Duvall.
Mary Adeline Boone. Vlcnia Knox
McElhannon. Mrs Azalec H. Shep
erd Mrs Matue K Able. Ruth M
Dot sen. Mrs Kate B. McLain, Gay
Chambers. Mrs. Velma Myer Rog
ers, Theodou- Jams, and Coralee
Cruso School. Hugh Rogers, prin
cipal. Paul Grogan. Edna Morrow
Bertha Grogan and Nora Belle
Cecil School J. C
filial. James llarley
ban A llnm-s and
Spring Hille. Mrs Evelvn
Chambers and Gladys Hen.-.on.
Fines Creek School
Fred I. SalTord, principal. Mis
Kalheryn Kirkpatrick. William
Glenn Noland. Edna May James
nl.itul. Bonnie Faye Duekett
Steve Ferguson, Mrs Fannie B
Noland. Margaret Lee Greene.
Mrs Tlu-lnia G Ferguson, Lorane
French Rogers Duekett, Charles H.
Duekett. and Pearl Elizabeth
("old Springs School
( ane ,li:l-.us Smith and
Vogor .Io cc
j Clyde School
I Homer Henry, principal.
Loup- M Noland. Ilattie S.
j man. Ellen II Hay lies. Mrs Edythe
i Cannon. Mrs Pauline Good.son
Sarah Long. Mrs. Kirkpatrick. Mrs
' Bonnie Shook. Mrs. llettey I! Ter
I roll. Cai roll Morrow, Mrs. Mary
; Brooks, Janice Sinathers, Robert
j C Evans. Rose Mane Hay lies, and
' G Truett High.
j .1 T Chappell. Jr., principal.
l.ura Mae Green. Agnes Alma
Alma Reeves. Mrs. Annie Davis
Chappell. Mrs. Maynie Love Leath
erwood. Mrs. Emily Palmer Nesbitt.
Betty Jo Wade, Eva Jaie Rogers,
Mrs. Velma F. Morrow, Sara Phyl
t lis Terrell, Mrs. Roxie Noland
I James, Mrs, Ned Tucker. Mrs. Faye
Belk - Hudson's Annual Summer
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Women's and Girls'
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New Compulsory School Attendance
Law As Applied To County Explained
The last General Assembly
clamped down on irregular school
attendance and the following com
pulsory attendance law was pass
ed, according to M. H. Bowles,
"Every parent, guardian, or oth
er person in the state having
charge or control of a child be
tween the ages of seven and four
teen years shall cause such child
to attend school continuously for
a period equal to the time which
the public school in the district
m which the child resides shall be
"The principal, superintendent,
or teacher who is in charge of
such school shall have the right
to excuse the child temporarily
from attendance on account of
sickness, or distance of residence
from the school, or other unavoid
able causes, which does not consti
tute truancy as defined by the
state board of education. The
term 'school' as used in this sec
tion is defined to embrace all pub
lilc schools and such private
schools as have tutors or teachers
and curricula that are approved
by the county superintendent of
public instruction or the state
board of education
"All private schools receiving
ind instructing cbidren of com
pulsory school age shall be requir
ed to keep such records of at
tenance and render such reports
if attendance of such children as
ire required of public schools; and
ittendanee upon such schools. If
'be school or tutor refuses or neg
lects to keep such records, or to
render such reports shall not be
accepted in lieu of attendance up
on the public school of the dis
trict, town or city which the child
shall be entitled to attend: Pro
vided instruction in a private
school or by private tutor shall not
be regarded as meeting the re
quirements of the law unless the
courses of instruction run concur
rently with the term of the public
school in the district and extend
for al least as long as a term.
"Any parent, guardian, or other
person violating the provisions of
this article shall be guilly of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
shall be liable to a line nor less
Gibbs Miner, and W. T. Grant.
Mt. Sterling: Gertrude Drinkill,
Ethel S. Tweed.
than five dollars and not more
than twenty-five dollars, and up
on failure or refusal to pay such
fine, the said parent, guardian or
other person shall be imprisoned
not exceeding thirty days in the
"The county board of education
in a county administration unit
and the city board of administra
tion may employ special atten
dance officers to be paid from
funds derived from fines, forfeit
ures and penalties, or other local
funds, and said officers shall have
full authority to prosecute for vio
lations of this article "
Formerly in Haywood county the
truant officer has been related to
the welfare department, but this
phase of work by the new state
law has been transfered to the
special attendance officer.
To Hold Half-Day
Meet Saturday, 25
A county-wide meeting of the
teachers in the Haywood schools
is scheduled for Saturday, August
25, at the high school auditorium
to begin the half-day session at
10 a. m.
All teachers and principals of
the schools are required to attend
this meeting and discus splans for
the work of the coming year, It
was clarned from the county su
perintendent of education.
No 1946 Graduates
There will be no class of 1946
from the Waynesville Township
high school, as there will be no
graduating class, according to the
superintendent of the district.
The incoming senior class is the
first to enter the eighth grade in
1943 which inaugurated the full
twelve-year program in the local
Every effort will be made to plan
a program, however, for the stu
dents who have moved here from
other sections where they have had
the advantage of a 12-year school
and are ready to enter a senior
These students, while there will
be only a small group, will be
given the work of a 12th grade
and though there will be no formal
commencement they will be given
full credit and a diploma for then-work.
Revival To Start
On Main Street
Clyde P. Kindlay, of Wilming
ton, Del., will begin a series of
revival services at the tent locat
ed on Main Street near the Massie
Furniture Company. The meet
ing will begin on Tuesday eve
ning, August 28, at 8:00 o'clock.
Mr. Findlay is a evangelist of
the Church of Christ. He has serv
ed in Texas and Oklahoma before
going to Delaware. Mr. Findlay
will be assisted in this meeting
by J. W. Brents and A. R. Ilolton.
both of Nashville, Tcnn. They
said they are hopeful, that a per
manent meeting ground for sum
mer assemblies can be secured
Registration at the Waynesville
high school will start next Wed
nesday, August 22, and continue
through Friday, 24th, it was learn
ed from the county superintendent
from ! to 4 o'clock each day.
Students in 10th and 11th
grades will register on Wednesday.
Students in 9th grade will reg
ister on Thursday, and eighth
graders will register on Friday.
The students will check on their
Spring registrations and receive
their daily programs of classes
and work. All prospective stu
dents in these classes are required
to attend and register on the days
Miss Lois Massie
Miss Lois Massie. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Massie. has gone
to Covington, Tcnn . where she has
accepted a position as a member
of the faculty of the high school
of that place. Miss Massie recent
ly grauated from the University of
Business man or lady to own and operate
Route of 1'. S. Postage Stamp Machines.
No selling. Only few hours work weekly.
100 machines should pay up to $1200.00
month. Nominal investment required.
State Phone No., and hest time for inter
view. Phone ti, care this paper.
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Women's Oxfords and
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